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13 August 2019
Roger Gurganus is an assistant principal at Brownstown Middle School, a grade 6–7 building in Brownstown, MI. He has a passion for children and education and strives to ensure that every student is connected and feels included in the positive communities he creates. Along with creating a culture of hope and love in his own middle school, Roger also is committed to bringing hope, love, and education to the children of Uganda, where each summer he travels in hope of making a bigger difference in the lives of students who need it the most. Roger believes that teaching is not just a job but a calling and hopes that through his work lives can be changed, dreams can become reality, and mountains can be moved. Follow his educational and leadership journey on Twitter ( @RogerGurganusII), Instagram ( @RogerGurganusII), YouTube ( @BMSWARRIORS67), and his blog.
Growing up, some of my favorite movies were part of the “Indiana Jones” series. I loved how Indy lived a normal life as a professor, lecturing college students on the history of the world. Little did they know their professor lived a secret life full of adventure, excitement, close calls, and possible doom. When Indiana […]
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